It’s a Celebration
We’re here to listen and learn – not to sell.
As a part of our objective to provide the best experience possible for our customers and partners, Olympia Benefits is now available on Twitter. Join us on Twitter if you have feedback, a question, or if you just want to share something with us.
Olympia will not be using Twitter to clutter your feed with endless marketing. We are here to listen, support, and build a relationship with you. Our aim is to be a reliable resource with timely and relevant content.
To celebrate the launch of our Twitter account and MY Olympia 2.0, we have decided to reveal one of our secrets to success:
Originally from a rainforest far away, this arboreal character migrated to Canada 16 years ago in search of new beginnings. Upon arrival, Agalychnis callidryas (family name at birth), was amazed to find how difficult it was for small business owners and Canadians in general to secure benefits for themselves, their families, and their employees. Back home, the only worry was that bothersome tree snake and the wandering spider. “Wow! There’s alot of work to be done up here!”
16 years later, the little frog that could has helped 85,000 Canadians jump their way to benefits that work. A certified health and dental benefits guru, a crawling encyclopedia of fact, a real hop starter with more bounce to the ounce than a slinky, Olympia is very thankful to have such a great team member.
Recently, having mastered life offline, our green friend has migrated to the digital world. As this was happening, we realized this secret weapon of ours never gave us his first name (and to be honest we’re sick of Agalychnis callidryas).
To get the ball rolling and start interacting with you, we invite you to join us on Twitter to stick a name to our amphibious friend. By following us and tweeting your suggestion for a name, you will have a chance to win the new iPad . Use the hashtag #Olympiacontest along with your name. The draw will be made on July 16th, 2012.
Good luck and don’t be shy! We’d love to hear what you’re up to.